Cheese, antiques and balsamic vinegar only get better with age. But we think the best aging happens with wine. To honor the beauty in graceful aging, the Old Village Post House has planned a French-themed wine dinner to be paired with Vintage ’59 Imports on Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Vintage ’59 Imports operates as a wine distributor by bringing small, family-owned, French estate wines to the U.S. market. A market leader in imports, Vintage ’59, works with all regions of France with the focus on Champagne, the Loire Valley, Burgundy and the Languedoc-Roussillon. Roy Cloud, founder and president, looks for wines with delicious depth of fruit, length, and finesse; he doesn’t like obtrusive oak, over-extraction, or excessive alcohol. His discoveries are found on the wine lists of many of the top restaurants throughout the country.
Want to know more about Vintage ’59? Debra Lewis, representative of Vintage '59 Imports, will be on hand to share tasting notes and answer questions.
Executive Chef Frank Lee and Chef de Cuisine Forrest Parker have crafted one-of-kind culinary creations for this four-course menu, while Director of Wine & Beverage, Patrick Emerson tasted, sipped and re-tasted wines to be perfectly paired with each course. View full menu here.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling (843) 388-8935. The dinner is $65 plus tax and gratuity.